Thursday, June 29, 2006

US - al Qaeda is a "myth"

Just as the BBC did before them, Newsweek claim al Qaeda is a myth. That would be the same Newsweek that fabricated the Koran desecration story that caused Muslims to riot and kill around the world.

The Myth of Al Qaeda

"Before 9/11, Osama bin Laden’s group was small and fractious. How Washington helped to build into a global threat."

Gee, I wonder why Clinton launched a million dollar cruise missile at him then?

Notice Hirsh fails to mention the pre 9/11 attacks like the Khobar towers, the two US embassy bombings, the USS Cole attack, the first WTC attack, the attempt on LAX airport and Afghanistan - just to mention a few. And those were just the attacks on us. What about these failed attacks?

Christmas Eve 1994, seven years before 9-11, Islamic terrorists from Algeria tried to fly an Airbus into the Eiffel Tower.

Then there's the foiled 9/11 attack on Parliament. The link is here and includes a link to what happened to the Muslim terrorist behind the foiled attack.

In fact, Hirsh fails to mention the numerous failed al Qaeda attacks around the world before 9/11.

If al Qaeda was "small and fractious" before 9/11, how were they able to carry out all those attacks as well as plan and execute 9/11 itself?

Newsweek said the exact opposite before the last election.

Qaeda's Pre-Election Plot

Exclusive: With an eye on striking America, bin Laden's network is hard at work. On the trail of its targets and tactics

For several months, the U.S. government had been picking up reports from its spies, electronic intercepts and "liaison services" (friendly intelligence services) of a Qaeda plot to strike the American homeland before the November election. High-level Qaeda operatives had been traveling from around the world to the outlaw wilds along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, apparently to meet and plan, NEWSWEEK has learned. These terror summits had an uncanny resemblance to the Qaeda meeting in Malaysia in January 2000 that firmed up the 9/11 plot.

And this from Newsweek.

In the August 16 Newsweek cover story, "Target: America" (on newsstands Monday, August 9), Washington Bureau Chief Daniel Klaidman and Assistant Managing Editor Evan Thomas report on the investigations and arrests of high-level Al Qaeda operatives that raised the terror alert to "Code Orange." There can be little doubt that Al Qaeda is trying to strike the American homeland before Nov. 2.

Here's Newsweek cover for that report.

Newsweek didn't seem to think al Qaeda was "small and fractious" or a "myth" back then.

The BBC, the New York Times and Newsweek continue to provide proof of the danger the left wing media are to our very existence.

Write to Newsweek and let them know how you feel.

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